Phone : (888) 411-6824 (Se Habla Español)

Carpal Tunnel Release

Carpal Tunnel Release

If you are searching for the right place to have carpal tunnel release treatment, Florida Surgery Consultants has the best neurosurgeon to perform carpal tunnel surgery. Go to who invented the carpal tunnel release tool.

Do You Need Carpal Tunnel Surgery?

Carpal tunnel release is used to treat and heal the painful condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome. The median nerve and tendons that allow your fingers to move pass through a narrow passageway in the wrist, this is called carpal tunnel. When this part of the body is injured or tight, swelling of the tissues within the tunnel can press on the median nerve. This causes numbness and tingling in the hand, along with pain and loss of function if not treated properly. Your symptoms will usually start out slow and gradually get worse. Talking to a neurosurgeon from Florida Surgery Consultants about surgery is important because you never know the extent of your condition until someone suggests getting it fixed. The muscles in your wrist and hands become weak, and your surgeon will not want to risk you losing function because you did not get what you needed done in time.

Carpal Tunnel Release Expectations From Your Neurosurgeon

During a carpal tunnel release, your neurosurgeon makes a small incision in the palm of your hand near your wrist. This leaves room for the median nerve and tendons passing through the tunnel, which will eliminate pain and improve function in your hand. You will notice a change right away and realize that carpal tunnel surgery was the right idea and you should have gotten it way sooner!

Contact Us

If you have been in pain and having weird feelings in your hands or wrists, it might be due to carpal tunnel. Let a neurosurgeon from Florida Surgery Consultants take a look and decide if carpal tunnel surgery is the right procedure for you. Dr. Larry Fishman is credited with the invention of the tool used to perform a carpal tunnel release surgery. Stop carpal tunnel pain today, this is an in office procedure that takes less than 15 minutes. End your carpal tunnel pain today. Go see a neurosurgeon that invented the tool to perform this procedure.

Schedule a Consultation Today

Close Menu